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January 17, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-17

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THE DETROtT- JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, January 17,'1969" "

Nshei Chabad National Convention
to Focus on Home as 'Spirtual Fortress

"Environment Pollution—a Solu- home as a spiritual fortress in a
Lion," will be under discussion at materialistically - oriented environ-
the seventh annual Midwinter Con-' ment.
vention of Nshei Ubnos Chabad, the
Dinner will be served at the main
women's branch of the Lubavitcher session by reservation only.
movement, Feb.1
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
7-9 in Detroit.
Sholom
Ber Gordon, spiritual
S
h
Panelists at the , leader of Cong. Ahavath Zion,
main session i Maplewood, N.J. Entertainment
12:30 p.m. Feb. 9 I will be provided by singer and
will be Rabbi guitarist Joyce Horowitz and- the
James I. Gordon' dance group of Beth Jacob School
spiritual leader of for Girls, under the direction of
Young Israel of
Sunny Segal.
Oak-Woods, where
Delegates from Nshei Chabad
it will take place:
R a bbi Yitzhok branches throughout the United
Rabbi Gordon Kagan, author of States and Canada will report on
"A Thought for the Week:" and the activities of their groups.
Rabbi Jacob Kranz, spiritual lead-j An oneg Shabat will be held 2:30
er of the Lubavitcher Center. The p.m. Feb. 8 at Cong. Bnai Israel.
discussion will focus on the Jewish Speaker will be Rabbi Sholom
Goldstein, principal of Beth Jacob
School. Mrs. Alex Roberg will)
render musical selections. A mel-;
ave malka for delegates and com-
mittee will be held 8:30 p.m. that ,
day at the Lubavitcher Center.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Moshe Polter, 398-
0951. The community is invited.

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77sin Gordon Betrothed
to Jonathan Rosenbaum

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Levin of
Sherwood Rd., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of his
daughter Joan Barbara to Hanley
Schreiber, son of Mrs. Rosetta
Schreiber of Cumberland Rd.,
Southfield, and the late Mr. Alvin
Schreiber. A March 29 wedding is
planned.
* x *
The engagement of Rochelle L.
Greenberg to S. David Elbinger
has been announced by her moth-
er, Mrs. Tillie Greenberg of Chey-
enne Ave. Miss Greenberg is the
daughter of the late Mr. Jack
Greenberg. Mr. Elbinger is the son
of the Benjamin Elbingers of Kip-
ling Ave., Oak Park. A May wed-
ding is planned.

MISS SUSAN GORDON

Gayle Sandler to Become Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Gordon of
Ave. announce the en
Thomas Vieder 's Bride Stratbmoor
gagement of their daughter Susan

Carol Lynn Weintrob, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weintrob
of Weyher Ave., Livonia, became
the bride of Bernard Michael Kirz-
ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Izrael
Kirzner of Wildwood Ave., Oak
Park, in an evening ceremony at
Bnai Moshe Synagogue. Rabbis M.
Robert Syme and Moses Lehrman
officiated. Cantor Klein assisted.
The bride wore an A-line gown
of satin and re-embroidered
Alencon lace with a watteau
train. It featured an illusion
neckline of lace, with scalloped
lace at the bridal ring collar,
kimona sleeves and hemline. A
matching pillbox headpiece held
a bubble veil. She carried a bou-
quet of Pbalaenopsis and Steph-
anotis.
The bride's grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Weintrob of Los
Angeles were in the bridal party.
MISS GAYLE SANDLER
Matron of honor was Rosalind
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sandler of
Grand, the bridegroom's sister.
Bridesmaids were Sherri Cooper, Stratford Rd., Southfield, announce
Cheryl Dittman, Carol Salzen- the engagement of their daughter
Gayle to Thomas Vieder, son of
stein and Joyce Weinstein.
Best man was Michael Grand. Cantor and Mrs. Larry Vieder of
Ushers were Jerome Hoffman, Monica Ave.
The bride-to-be is a commercial
Danial Kohen, Harry E. Rochelle
art major at the University of
and Steven Weintrob.
After a honeymoon trip to Lake Michigan. Mr. Vieder is a senior
Geneva, Wis., the couple is resid- at the College of Emporia, Kans.,
majoring in Asian history.
ing in Royal Oak.

In a recent ceremony at the
Marriages
Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach,
ROSEN-FISHER: Patrica Ann
Carole Ann Farber, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Farber of Fisher became the bride of Saul
Miami Beach, was married to Rosen in a recent ceremony at
Marc Arlan Firestone, son of Dr. Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Milton
and Mrs. Leon Firestone of Win- Rosenbaum officiated. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
chester Rd., Huntington Woods.
Harry Fisher of La Seine Ave.,
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated.
Bobbi Farber was maid of Southfield. Her husband is the son
honor. Mrs. Stephan Farber, Pam of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosen of
Firestone and Gail Greenhouse Paterson, N.J. Following an Eas-
tern ski trip, the couple is resid-
were bridesmaids.
Robert Berlow served as best ing in Southfield.
* *
man. Ushers included Stephan
MICHALSKI-FIDLER: Ruth-Ann
Farber, Jay Mitzner and Alan
Fidler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mitzner.
Following a honeymoon in New Louis Fidler of Goldwin Dr., South-
field,
recently was married to Ger-
Orleans, the Firestones are resid-
ald Michalski, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ing in Ann Arbor.
Joseph Michalski of San Fran-
cisco. The newlyweds are residing
in San Francisco.

BRAVERMAN'S

rtgagements

to Jonathan Rosenbaum, son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Rosenbaum
of Hendrie Blvd., Royal Oak.
Miss Gordon, who is completing
work on her masters degree in
speech, is a graduate of Wayne
State University, where she was a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sor-
ority. Mr. Rosenbaum was grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan, where he was affiliated
with Tau Delta Phi Fraternity and
Phi Beta Kappa honorary society.
He currently attends the Hebrew
Union College, Cincinnati.
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